SHARING GOOD PRACTICE

De-Mystifying drones

In our previous article, we introduced the trending technology about drones (or UAV¹). In acknowledgement and support of the Year of Reading, we will explore some...

Moving your school from outstanding to exceptional

The past year has seen a record number of schools being rated outstanding by the inspection authorities. This is fantastic news for the hardworking school...

Technology, Millennials and the NET Generation

Anyone who has been involved in education for a significant period of time will be able to name a piece of technology that was once...

Advice for teachers new to the UAE

A friend of mine who is a teacher in Abu Dhabi just arrived earlier this semester, and while I tried to prepare him for the...

Transform your marking with these 7 easy tips

It’s the worst feeling in the world – staring at a mountain of papers waiting to be marked. Don’t procrastinate. By using just a...

Make transitions easier for students

Have you ever wondered how children feel when they move on to the next grade? It can’t be without its fair share of anxieties. Everything...

Meet our writer Betina Fuentes

Teach Middle East Magazine first met Betina Fuentes when she reached out to us prior to moving to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Her eagerness...

5 Ways to make Mathematics lessons unforgetable

Today, students hold the impression that memorising math facts and getting the correct answers fast are the things that make you good at Mathematics....

10 Habits of the organised teacher

When I first started teaching, I was overwhelmed with how one task seemed to keep climbing on top of another until it all became an...

Dr Frithi Herbert motivates students to excel in ICT

There is something intriguing about a person who defies stereotype. Perhaps a decade or more ago, the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)...